What size microsd?

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by nordini, Jun 19, 2009.

  1. nordini
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    nordini Member

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    Dec 9, 2008
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    So i just bought my Nintendo DSi yesterday as i had a sudden urge to play DS games again and my old DS (the original model) is all beat up and stuff. Anyways, i decided since i lost most of my games that i should purchase a flashcart to put ROMs on and such.

    Me, knowing nothing about DS flashcarts and having never used one before, i searched until i found one that looked the most appealing. I ended up purchasing the Supercard DSONEi from this website dealextreme since it was pretty cheap.

    Anyways,the point of my topic is, what size microsd card should i buy for this supercard to store a lot of ROMs on? Is 4GB enough? I think that's the biggest size they have at Target.
     
  2. elixirdream

    elixirdream GBAtemp Legend

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    unless you love keeping the games inside without removing them
    otherwise, it is more than enough (at least that's for me)
    however, i would advise get 8GB (if possible)
     
  3. Vincent T

    Vincent T GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    It's really up to you, if you want to play ROMS, homebrews, etc, then get a bigger size card. But if you buy a 8 GB card, and you lose it, ....
    I have a 2 GB card, it's plenty for me, I have like 15 games on it, but I only play like 5. So I guess, 4 GB to 8 GB would be good.
    You can buy Mirco SD's at newegg.com

    Hope this is the information you need, and good luck!
     
  4. Finishoff

    Finishoff GBAtemp Fan

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    I recommend 8 GB, its more then you'll ever need.

    I'm completely satisfied. [​IMG]

    I have like 75 games loaded onto it with some more space available. Depends if your like me and have a short attention span with games and always constantly switches around.

    Buy a microsd base on the compatibility supported if its SDHC support go for a 8GB if not 2GB should be enough and the cheapest.

    8GB online should be around $20
    4GB $10
    2GB $5

    Buy the microSD cards online its way cheaper.
     
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